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4 th Social Studies: Chapter 2 Mrs. Thornburgs version
Vocabulary Terms in 4 th Grade Social Studies: Chapter 2 MigrationGlacierSurplus AgriculturePotlatchPueblo CivilizationIrrigationClan CeremonyStapleLodge ConfederationNomadTravois WampumLonghouseBarter
What do we call trading goods without using money?
What do we call a person that moves around and does not live in a permanent village?
What do we call a huge, thick sheet of slowly moving ice?
What do we call a type of government in which separate groups of people join together, but local leaders still make most decisions for their group?
What do we call a group of related people?
What do we call a home the Plains Indians made using bark, earth, and grass?
What do we call movement from one region to another?
What do we call belts made of pieces of carefully shaped and cut seashells?
What do we call a large feast that could last for several days?
What do we call a way of supplying water to crops from streams, ditches, or pipes?
What do we call a large house made with wood poles and bark?
What do we call a group of people living together who have systems of government, religion, and culture?
What do we call the main crop that is used for food?
What is another word that means town in Spanish?
What is another word for extra?
What is another word for farming, or growing plants?
What is another word for something similar to a sled?
What is another name for a special event at which people gather to express important beliefs?
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ACOS #3: Compare major Native American cultures in respect to geographic region, natural resources, government, and religion. ACOS #3a: Locate Native American.
Peoples of the Southwest Chapter 2 Lesson 3. Vocabulary Lesson 3 Irrigation: Irrigation: a way of supplying water to crops with streams, ditches, or pipes.
Chapter 2, Lesson 3 ACOS # 3: Compare major Native American cultures in respect to geographic region, natural resources, government, and religion. ACOS.
MAJOR SETTLEMENTS. SOCIAL STUDIES VOCAB/TERMS 1. Agriculture 1. Agriculture 2. Civilization 2. Civilization 3. Migration 3. Migration 4. Irrigation 4.
Chapter 2, Lesson 4 ACOS #3: Compare major Native American cultures in respect to geographic region, natural resources, government, economy, and religion.
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Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Chapter 2 Social Studies Lesson 1: Early People Lesson 2: The Eastern Woodlands Lesson 3: The Plains General Vocabulary.
Unit 1 Lessons The study of objects to learn about life from the past 2.A person with no permanent home who travels from place to place 3.The skill.
Native Americans Core Lesson 1 Pages Ancient Americans 2 theories of how people came to Americas: By boat along coast By a land bridge between.
Unit 1 The First Americans Lessons The study of objects to learn about life from the past 2.A person with no permanent home who travels from place.
Irrigation: a way of supplying water to crops with streams, ditches, or pipes Staple: a main crop that is used for food Ceremony: a special event.
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The design and use of tools, ideas and methods to solve problems. TECHNOLOGY.
Vocabulary Mission #1 Prehistory and Native American History before European Contact (30,000 B.C. – A.D. 1492)
Unit 1 Native Peoples of North America How do people adapt to where they live? Native Peoples of North America.
Vocabulary Native Americans Of the Coastal Plain Native.
What is the most important natural resource for the Plains Indians, after water? A.fish B.trees C.buffalo D.rivers.
NATIVE AMERICAN HOMES Anne J. Francese Our Lady of Good Counsel School Second Grade
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt 2pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1pt Plains SW DesertPacific NWArctic.
PEOPLES OF THE EAST Write one interesting fact and/or one question about the information in each slide.
The Northwest and the Artic Chapter 2 Lesson 5 Pages
Chapter 2 Review. During the Ice Age huge sheets of ice formed. Sheets of ice that move slowly over the Earth’s surface are called _?_.
The varied cultures of Native Americans How did people inhabit North American?
Scientists are not sure how the first humans came to North America but there are several theories. A theory is an explanation or belief about how.
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Do Now: What do you need to make a cell phone?. Neolithic: Living in settled communities Hunters- gatherers stayed in one place as long as the food lasted.
What was life like in the Native American societies that developed in North America?
Early Americans. Beringia land bridge: possible migration route Glaciers Thick sheets of ice.
Chapter 1. A. Most of the earliest people united in clans. groups of related famalies brought together for a common purpose. 1. Members of a clan.
Migrate – to move from one place to another Society – a group of people working under a set of rules and traditions. Hunting & Gathering- members.
Eastern Woodland Wonderland J ust Plain Fun I Hopi.
HUNTERS AND GATHERERS. The Earliest People Probably lived in Africa. The men hunted and the women gathered to have enough food to survive.
SS Chapter 2 – Native Americans, Lesson 3 – The Plains The Plains People Central Plains Iowa Missouri Sioux (Nakota) Great Plains Cheyenne Kiowa.
Peopling of the Americas Development of Native American Culture.
Chapter 2 Lesson 2. Explain how living in villages changed the way people related to one another Describe inventions that helped people of this time.
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